Art

02 Dec 2022

21 San Francisco Museums Are FREE This Weekend

This weekend is dubbed San Francisco Free Museum Weekend. On December 3rd and 4th you’ll be able to visit 21 featured museums and organizations at no cost to you. The weekend of art was sponsored by anonymous donors who wanted to bring vibrancy back into the SF art scene at

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11 Nov 2022

An Oakland Non-Profit Bringing Diversity to Woodworking Communities

Throughout the holidays, we’ll be featuring even more small businesses where you can DIY gifts, and find more sustainable gift options within The Bay Area. Here is one of those special places:   Oakland’s Lower 48 Woodshop likes to say they are “turning people into turning people”. Their motto speaks

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17 Jun 2022

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 37 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 37 of the finest locally owned bars,

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11 Nov 2022

This Gallery is Packed Full of Tiny Art by 200+ Bay Area Artists

This month, STUDIO Gallery in San Francisco opened its annual “Tiny” art show featuring over 200 artists. The walls of the gallery are packed full and artfully gridded out to showcase each piece. Each piece in the show is under 7-inches wide. Seeing the tiny work of over 200 artists

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03 Nov 2022

“The Dust That Binds Us” Celebrates The Creative Spark in Every Human

This Friday, November 4th, 40+ artists will showcase over 140 of their work at Foreign Lens in North Beach during a group show called “The Dust That Binds Us”. The opening will align with the monthly First Friday event in the neighborhood, North Beach Art walk. While the art walk

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09 Aug 2022

What The Closure Of The San Francisco Art Institute Means

Art is the universal language of life, so why do we treat it like trash? And why do cities like San Francisco, a place that has benefitted so immensely from creative expression, allow another piece of the City’s once seemingly indestructible art scene – a conduit for creativity like the

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02 Aug 2022

Club Deluxe Is Closing

  San Francisco appears to be losing another beloved art space. This time it’s Club Deluxe. Cathy Lemons, a local San Francisco musician, reposted a status update by the owner of Club Deluxe, Sarah Wilde, as well a call to action for artists and local news media to get San

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19 May 2022

Retired SF Chronicle Editor Opens His First Solo Photography Exhibition

Peter Y. Sussman may be known for his command of language, but he is poised to leave his mark on the visual arts. On Friday, May 6, Sussman celebrated the opening of his first solo photography exhibition, “The Attentive Eye,” at Alliant International University in Emeryville. Following his 29-year stint

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19 Apr 2022

Why Inauthenticity Destroys American Cities

Any major city in America that’s worth visiting, exploring or moving to is usually rich in culture. There’s a certain accent or walk that gives its residents a distinct flair that beautifully differentiates them from other places where big buildings gather beside people whose dreams are even bigger.  But when

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